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  2. SHIPPING.

    Time, s, 3322 tons, Captain Parks, from Melbourne, 2.30 a.m Howard Smith, Ltd., agents, Main. s, 7634 tons. Captiin Kerkhoff, from Hamburg. via ports, 6 a.m. Gilchrist. Watt, and ...

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  3. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of the late Mrs. G. J. Cohen took place yesterday. The remains were interred in the Jewish portion of the Rookwood Cemetery. The service at the graveside ...

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  4. MISS ROSE MUSGROVE.

    Miss Rose Musgrove, popular among Sydney theatre-goers some 30 years ago as a talented and highly versatile leading lady, both in musical comedy and in spoken plays, has returned ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. THE HOLIDAY.

    AU Sydney was not at the Showground yesterday. Thousands of holiday-makers found the lure of the beaches and of the open road stronger than that of the seething roadways ...

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  6. COMMERCIAL.

    At the Colombo tea auctions this week, the catalogue comprised 3½ million lb. The sale resulted in a strong demand for common and low medium descriptions, which showed an ...

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  7. MINING.

    With the revival of Western Australian goldmining and the successful reorganisation of a number of the prominent mines as a lead, the Anglo-Australian Gold Development Co. ...

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  8. FINANCE and COMMERCE.

    World industry, as it has been in the past [?] once more very depressed, largely, but not e[?]lrely. owing to the Great War and its aftereffects I say not entirely, because I think ...

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  9. McDOWELLS, LTD.

    After providing £[?]000 for income taxation. McDowells, Ltd., a retail dripery company, shows a net profit of £ 25, 354 for the year ended February 28, an increase of £7317 ...

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  10. DEPARTURES.—April 14.

    INTRASTATE.— Gwvrdir, s, 12.15 a.m. for Newcastle: Gosford, s, 6. 3 p.m., for Gosford. ...

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  11. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—April 15.

    Demodocus. s, for Continental ports (No. 8 wharf, Walsh Bay) 11 a. m. Katoomba s, for Fremantle, via ports (No. 4 wharf, Darling Harbour), 2 p.m. ...

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  12. VESSELS DUE TO-DAY.

    Nieuw Holland, s, from Adelaide, via Melbourne (No. 16 wharf, Pyrmont), about 8 a.m. Royal Parket Navigation Co., Ltd., agents. Ormiston, s, from Melbourne (Lime-street wharf), ...

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  13. NEW YORK TIN QUOTATIONS.

    Tin (standard) was quoted to-day:—April delivery, 24.35 cents per lb, compared with 24.10 cents per lb on April 10. ...

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  14. BREADSTUFFS.

    Ofncial returns from China received by the Department of Commerce, relating to the overseas ti ade of that country for the year 1932 show that Australia again maintained the ...

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  15. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 76 words
  16. CIRCUS TREAT

    Crowds of children began to gather from all parts of the city at the corner of Goulburn and Riley streets at 6 o'clock yesterday morning to enjoy the customary Good Friday treat ...

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  17. MOUNT COOLON GOLD MINES

    The first annual report of the directors of Mount Coolon Gold Mines, N.L., covering the period of mine preparation from the inception of the company to October 31, 1932, has ...

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  18. CARGOES, FUTURES, AND OPTIONS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 162 words
  19. RUBBER ROADS.

    Replying to a letter by Mr. A. T. Knight on rubber roads, which appeared in the "Herald" on Thursday, Mr. G. Parry Davis, of Singapore, said yesterday that he had been ...

    Article : 194 words
  20. OVERSEA VESSELS IN PORT.

    Atsuta Maru, J.M.S., No. 7 wharf, Woolloomooloo. City of Corinth. s, No. 12 wharf, Pyrmont. Demodocus. s, No. 8 wharf, Walsh Bay Howra, s, No. 23 wharf Pyrmont. ...

    Article : 64 words
  21. FOREIGN EXCHANGE.

    The rate of foreign exchange. London on Batavia, was quoted on Thursday at 8.43 guilders to £stgl our correspodent cables, unchanged on the day. ...

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  22. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BRISBANE (510m).—Arr: April 14. Canberra, s, from Calrns: Frenklin, yacht, from Rabaul: Tanda. s, from Sydney. Dep: April 14, Delphic. for Gladstone; Koonda s, for Newcastle; Devon, s, for ...

    Article : 221 words
  23. UTILITY OF THE HORSE.

    The value of the horse, in the eyes of those who love the animal as well as to the many others who know his. worth in industry, was referred to by Mr. McMahon, presiding at ...

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  24. BANK OF ENGLAND.

    The Bank of England created a new high record for its gold holding this week. The bank return at April 12 discloses an incrense of £1,978,181, making the total £178,510,972. ...

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  25. OVERSEAS MARKET CABLES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 564 words
  26. AN APPRECIATION.

    The passing this week of Mrs. George Judah Cohen, on the day before her 84th birthday, has left a sorrow in the hearts of all who knew her that will take months, nay, years, ...

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  27. LAKE VIEW AND STAR YIELD.

    Our Kalgoorlie correspondent telegraphs that the Lake View and Star Ltd. treated in March 42,708 tons of are and 204 tons of tailings, a total of 42,912 tons, for a total ...

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  28. BANK OF ADELAIDE.

    The Bank of Adelaide shows a net profit of £53,727 for the year ended March 27. compared with £66,775 last year, the shrinkage of £13,053 being ascribed to reduced interest ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239m).—Dep: April 14, Rangltane m s, for London; Wanganella, m s, for Sydney. DUNEDIN (1235m).—Dep: April 14, Opawa, s, for London. ...

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  30. MOTOR CAR STOLEN.

    Mrs. Rose clara beach of Fivedock, arrived with a party by car yesterday evening to spend the Easter holidays at Karoola, on the Main Southern-road, Austinmer. The car was parked ...

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  31. EXPORT OF EGGS.

    Experiments conducted on the Moreton Bay which reached Brisbane yesterday, to prevent evaporation of eggs in transit, are likely to have an important effect on the future of ...

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  32. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    At London: Ashburton, m s. from Adelaide (left Adelaide Feb. 11): O[?]ranto, R.M.S., from Australian ports (left Sydney March 1); Belparell. m s. from Fremantle (left Fremantle Feb. 12). ...

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  33. ROBBERY

    During the half-hour's absence of the family of Mr. J. Govenlock, of Felixstowe, at the daughter's wedding, thieves entered the house and stole 30/ from the bridesmaid's handbag. ...

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  34. COMPANY NEWS.

    P. and O. deferred stock sold in London on Thursday at 14/7½, our correspondent cables, a fall of /1½ on the day. ...

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  35. DIVIDENDS.

    The final half-yearly dividend on the ordinary shares of McDowells Ltd. is 6 per cent, (not 5 per cent., as stated in yesterday's issue), making 10 per cent, for the ...

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  36. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following vessels are expected to be in touch by wireless to-day:— With Sydney: Aorangi, Cathay. Demodocus, Devon Echunga, Karepo Katoomba, Macdhul, Maloja, ...

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  37. GOLD MINING.

    During the past week six goldminlng leases and a number of claims on Canal Creek goldfield have been applied for at the warden's office at Warwick. A new find of alluvial gold ...

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  38. FINANCIAL CABLES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 569 words
  39. CHARGE ABANDONED.

    The Crown yesterday entered a nolle prosequl in the charge against Arthur Bertram Clancy, of having, by corrupt means, attempted to influence a juror. ...

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  40. AWARDS FOR BRAVERY.

    The Royal Shipwreck Relief and Humane Society of New South Wales, at its meeting on Wednesday, awarded the society's bronze medal and certificate of merit to John ...

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  41. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

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  42. MR. E. M. COHEN.

    Mr. Edward M. Cohen, who died at his residence, Lowden-street, Haberfield, on Wednesday, aged 75 years, had been 40 years in the Public Service. A native of Launceston, ...

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  43. ARREST IN HOUSE.

    Detectives Simpson, Carroll, and Hargreaves surrounded a house in Alfred-street, North Sydney, yesterday afternoon and surprised a man in one of the rooms. ...

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  44. THE MAILS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 213 words
  45. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 430 words
  46. GOOD TEMPLARS.

    The annual Grand Lodge session of the International Order of Good Templars began at the Y.M.C.A. Hall yesterday. There was a large attendance of representatives from all ...

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  47. CARILLON RECITAL.

    A recital on the University carillon was given last night by the honorary carillonist. Mr. J. Lindsay Gordon. His programme included "Stabat Mater." Tschaikowsky's ...

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  48. GOVERNMENT [?]NTERFERENCE IN INDUSTRY.

    Mt. D. A. S. Campbell writes:— Sir,—A resume of the proceedings of the Associated Chambers of Commerce at Hobart which appeared in your columns on Tuesday ...

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  49. REV. MOSES HENRY.

    The death occurred yesterday at the Scottish Hospital, Paddington, of the Rev. Moses Henry, of Carcoar. Mr. Henry, who leaves a widow but no children, was 67 years of age. ...

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  50. ANZAC EVE FESTIVAL.

    The Anzac Eve Festival will be held in the Conservatorium on Apill 24. The Governor (Sir Philip Game) and the Premier (Mr. Stevens) have promised to attend. The ...

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  51. AMERICAN MAILS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 75 words
  52. MRS. A. SCHARDT.

    Mrs. Anna Schardt, who died at Leichhardt on Wednesday, was 84 years of age. She arrived in Sydney from Germany 69 years ago and lived for many years in the Queanbeyan ...

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  53. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.

    The Railway Department advises that to-day and on Easter Monday the goods sheds at Darling Harbour and Alexandria will be open until 10 a.m. for the delivery of ...

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  54. BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES' ASSOCIATION.

    At the second annual meeting of the Bankruptcy Trustees' Association of New South Wales, which also includes Queensland trustees registered under the Bankruptcy Act, ...

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  55. COUNTRY STOCK SALES.

    At a sheep sale at the municipal saleyards yesterday, there was a total yarding Of 7792 comprising 3423 fats and 43[?] stores. The fats comprtsed a lighter yarding of wethers and the quality was ...

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  56. A.I.F. REUNION ASSOCIATION.

    At a recent meeting in Sydney, representa[?]ves of various A.I.F. reunion organisations formed an association, which is known as the A.I.F. Units Association of New South Wales, ...

    Article : 68 words
  57. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 40 words
  58. 1ST. LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT.

    The reunion of the 1st Light Horse Regiment (A.I.F.) Association will be held at 15 Bligh--street city, on Tuesday next, at 7.45 p.m. ...

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